a number of people from detroit that came out, and this one woman took me aside, and she just burst into tears, and she said, jim, the problem is detroit is not apathy, it's that we have lost hope. and when you lose hope, you die inside. and she said when i heard -- and she said she herself had lost hope. and when she had heard about me and my swim, she had to come out and see it. and then, you know, she started crying really hard, and she said today, jim, you restored my hope. and, you know, we embraced, and i told her, i said your words just inspired me as much as i've inspired you, you know? and i will never, ever forget that. and hopefully, that message was delivered to a lot of people, but if she's the only one that got it, the swim was worth it. kelly: jim, you are sending a message loud and clear because we are standing in the need of hope, and you have definitely shown that by swimming, and you've impressed us all, but more importantly, your heart and the reasons behind what you did not just for show, but actually to build hope brick by brick, if you will.